The Rocky Mount City Council is set Monday to receive a community update, hear from the public and hold a public hearing on a proposed public-private downtown hotel and parking deck project.
City Manager Rochelle Small-Toney is scheduled to deliver her first community update. The council voted recently to receive updates from Small-Toney during regular monthly meetings.
The council also will receive petitions from the public. Anyone wishing to address the council is asked to complete the citizen sign-in sheet and hand it to a police officer, preferably prior to the beginning of the meeting but definitely prior to speaking. Presentations are limited to no more than three minutes. The time will be monitored.
For the second meeting in a row, the council will hold a public hearing relative to a proposed development agreement, ground lease and capital lease for downtown development.
No action on the part of the council is listed on the meeting’s agenda.
The council will consider a lease agreement with Sandra Taybron for . . . (Read more)